Repetition extracts data from ChatGPT, more vulns in the software that surrounds AI, guidelines for secure AI, LogoFAIL trips a boot, BLUFFS attack on Bluetooth, CISA's first secure by design alert, Okta's updated breach disclosure, and more!
As with any category of trends, the success rate of cybercrime ebbs and flows. As Russia seems be a safe haven for cybercriminals, it seemed for a while that the war in Ukraine might disrupt this activity. It did, but only for a short while.
Keith Jarvis walks us through the latest types, tactics, and trends in cybercrime. Secureworks' latest Sta...
Nine out of the ten funding articles mention AI - they're either using it in their products, or protecting AI use cases (particularly GenAI and LLM use).
We discuss Broadcom's closing of the VMware acquisition, how they operate similarly to private equity firms, and how it's mostly bad news for VMware employees and customers.
Some weird legal ca...
We regularly cover significant breaches on this podcast, but it is rare that we have enough information about a major breach to cover in enough detail to devote an entire segment to. Today, we dive into lessons learned from the breach of Okta's customer support system that targeted some other major security vendors.
This is part of a troubling tr...
Finally, in the enterprise security news,
Lots of new security startups with early stage funding
SentinelOne picks up Chris Krebs and Alex Stamos’s consulting firm
PE firm picks up ActiveState - a company I haven’t thought about since I last downloaded ActiveState Perl 1000 years ago
Microsoft announces the limited release of Security Copilot